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Beautiful well located hotel, we had a spacious although slightly dark room. Great amenities,very comfortable bed, helpful polite staff made it a pleasure to stay.
The entire experience was great. What was most important for us was the location. Being located right at the Mongkok MTR Station was a great attraction, in addition to the wonderful shopping and dining places within the Langham Place Shopping Mall. We could run all our errands very quickly without ...
Everything is good except the bed is too soft! We booked for 3 pax but only found 2 pillow and towels in the room, but they rectified immediately when we informed them. Location was great!
Exceptional service, view and food. Wonderful swimming pool.
Nice hotel conveniently located in Central. Within walking distance to good restaurants, shopping, subway, and ferry. Very noisy on New Year Eve from neighboring nightclub, loud music played all night till 7:30am!
The staff are very professional and helpful. The hotel is conveniently located for public transport.
Walk to the Star Ferry and cross the harbor at night for the magnificent light display.
The hotel is nice, clean and comfortable. Prices are high for food etc but this is to be expected in a city like Hong Kong. Enjoyed my stay.
Great location in Kowloon. We’ve stopped in Hong Kong Island last time but now prefer Kowloon. The Shangri La is well located close to many bars restaurants & shops
As the city boasts a huge collection of accommodation, holidaymakers and business travellers will find there is an excellent choice of luxury hotels in Hong Kong. A high proportion of Hong Kong’s accommodation is three-star rated and above and people looking for that little extra style and elegance will find something in all districts of this Chinese Special Administrative Region.
The key tourist areas of Hong Kong are Tsim Sha Tsui at the south end of Kowloon and the northern coastal area of Hong Kong Island. The Mira Moon is a boutique property at Causeway Bay. It offers a pleasing mix of ancient China and modern technology to ensure guests want for nothing. Highlights here are a champagne bar and a secluded tapas garden.
Tsim Sha Tsui is the location of the Langham, Hullett House and the Peninsula. These are traditional premises offering a taste of Hong Kong as it was more than 50 years ago yet with a height of luxury that provides guests with bonuses like butler services, transport by Rolls Royce and the option of eating food from all over the world.
Tsuen Wan occupies a prime location close to the main roads between Hong Kong Airport, Lantau Island and Kowloon. It is also on the edge of Tai Mo Shan Country Park. The Panda is a nice upmarket hotel here. Other locations with luxury hotels in Hong Kong include Sha Tin, Aberdeen and next to the airport.
These luxury premises typically boast a choice of venues for a meal and a drink, spas, fitness centres and shops. Some of the hotels have outdoor pools. Others have heated indoor ones which are warm enough to use all year round. Wi-fi access is usually available all over the premises.
Rooms or suites are nicely finished with rich fabrics and unique artworks. Mini-bars, coffee makers, sitting areas and cable televisions are standard features in accommodation of this class. Many rooms are designed to mirror Hong Kong’s heritage. Bathrooms are done out in marble or high-quality tiles with individual bathtubs and showers.